Sunday, January 29, 2012

Rejected drawings + drawing drawings

Below are some rejected drawings for previous illustration jobs...and some drawings that were just for fun. I think they are still pretty good in their own right even if they weren't chosen for publication! Enjoy :)


I completed this illustration for the New York Times Op-Ed section this past week. It was for a special column that focuses on anxiety...and the particular woman who wrote this autobiographical column suffers from some SERIOUS anxiety. I got anxious just reading it!

Read it HERE!

I've been working on a large illustration assignment for a magazine...nearing completion. I'll post it up here in the next week! So keep an eye out :)

Friday, January 13, 2012

new painting

This painting was inspired by a girl I saw in a meeting I went to. She had the most unique face and body and I just had to document I made a tiny little thumbnail sketch from life and then went home and created this (exaggerated) version of her. It's always interesting to me when inspiration will comes so randomly and unexpectedly...but it's very exciting when it happens.

This is gouache on neon poster board.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Glass Face

Acrylic and gouache on tracing paper.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Limited edition Prefuse 72 poster

I printed up a limited edition Prefuse 73 poster I designed a while ago. Grab one before they are gone!

18" x 24" 3-color screenprint of 2007 Prefuse 73, School of Seven Bells, and Blank Blue concert at the Ottobar in Baltimore, MD.

Signed Limited edition of 40.
Printed on French Smart White 130 lb cover stock.